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have very cold numbers. we have 20s toward napa. santa rosa was 26. concord was 39 and san jose lower 30s. how much cooling is happening right now in fairfield. santa rosa 40. as far as the freeze warnings, it is reissued tonight. in 10 minutes we will look at the forecast. the timing of when it ends is coming up in 10 minutes. >>> cara is live in santa rosa with some of the coldest temperatures. how is it holding up? >> reporter: it's told. that's for sure. people are bundled up. the temperature is about 43 degrees as you can see on the sign. at king's nursery they have had frantic calls. people are trying to save their plants. they ran out a few days ago of frost cloths. tomorrow is the 5th freeze warning, a lot of people's gardens are suffering. >> we had such a warm season, the plants weren't used to the conditions. it was shocking to them. suddenly it is extra cold. >> reporter: while choosing christmas trees, they have been busy all weekend. anybody with a flight out tomorrow morning, the airlines ask you check for weather delays. they are expecting some delays. they may need
. mid-to upper 20s in napa. temperatures are below freezing for pleasanton and san jose. the coldest temperatures will be in the upper teens. tomorrow night another cold night into tuesday morning. upper teens, low 20s for sonoma and napa county. 20s for the south bay. i will let you when you have warmer weather on the way. >>> those who live unprotected from the elements, 5 homeless people have died in the last week. how can others not succomb to the weather. >> reporter: a man was found dead at 12:30 friday. there isn't a cause of death, but it could have been due to exposure. the day he died was 23 degrees. a man could have frozen to death steps from where they are standing is disturbing. >> somebody should do something about it. >> reporter: recent nights have had fatal results. 3 people were in homeless camps. 1 was in a garage. they are adding 370 additional beds to help people stay warm. the shelters in sunnyvale are open 24 hours a day. they are bringing ponchos to those outside. there are partnerships for hope. there has been no reports of similar fatalities in san francisc
-- napa's most vulnerable are seeking shelter. tonight it is at full capacity. with every one of its 55 beds taken. scott silva is sleeping in one of them. >> it is better than the alternative. a lot of people are out here because they are living outside. >> napa's homeless are well aware about the danger. word spread of the people who died of hypothermia in santa clara county. >> the biggest thing is we heard several people died of it because it was cold and glad we have this place. they are very appreciative. >> it closes at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 5:00 p.m. workers expect another full house as long as the cold snap continues. lilian kim, abc7 news. >>> a big concern tonight, citrus. they are working over time to protect the citrus groves. the industry is expected to take a big hit, but the extent of the damage won't be known for weeks. >> it is responsible for snow, freezing rain and sleet in a does -- dozen states. at least 16 deaths are blamed on the bad weather and most from accidents due to the icy conditions including a fatal crash on the pennsylvania turnpike that lead to a ser
degrees right now. the temperatures are falling fast. nap paw's most -- napa's most vulnerable are seeking shelter. tonight it is at full capacity. with every one of its 55 beds taken. scott silva is sleeping in one of them. >> it is better than the alternative. a lot of people are out here because they are living outside. >> napa's homeless are well aware about the danger. word spread of the people who died of hypothermia in santa clara county. >> the biggest thing is we heard several people died of it because it was cold and glad we have this place. they are very appreciative. >> it closes at 8:00 a.m. and closes at 5:00 p.m. workers expect another full house as long as the cold snap continues. lilian kim, abc7 news. >>> a big concern tonight, citrus. they are working over time to protect the citrus groves. the industry is expected to take a big hit, but the extent of the damage won't be known for weeks. >> it is responsible for snow, freezing rain and sleet in a does -- dozen states. at least 16 deaths are blamed on the bad weather and most icy accidents due to the conditions including
but into the teens across parts of the napa valley. that's where we're headed. overnight lows, nap that 19, even san jose expected to get down to 22 degrees. even though we got down to 29. it hasn't been this cold since january 13 earlier this year. when we got down to 26 degrees. so again tonight, expecting to be one of the coldest nights. and here's the other thing. this is the eighth consecutive morning that we're going to be waking up with temperatures below 32 degrees. in napa. and the last time we saw something like this, a long-term cold snap, that was back january 10 where we were below freezing for our morning lows for 12 days in a row. 4 we all know the cold is tack a toll on your body. the california crops are starting to take their toll. monty, how cold is it where you are? >> it's pretty gold. in fact, this is the man made snow from the ice skating rink across the street. i've had it since about 6:00 tonight. you can see that it hasn't really melted at all. right now, it is a very chilly 33 dpst mere at walnut creek right now. the pitter cold is not keeping everyone indoors. the bitter
are in the upper 20s from novato, napa and santa rosa. san francisco at 39 right now. our coast in in the mid-30s. right through 7:00 very little change. by noontime low to mid-40s. by the afternoon maybe some areas could hit around 50, but overall once again we will be at least 10 degrees below average. just in the upper 40s today. less wind and a spare-the-air day this afternoon. we will look for a moderating trend coming into play as soon as tomorrow. katie. >> warming trend sounds good to me. thank you, lisa. meanwhile in the south bay officials are working to save lives as the temperature drops low enough to create life-threatening conditions. at least four deaths have occurred this week. but to get people off the streets and into shelters is making a difference. we report from a san jose shelter protecting more than 200 cold snap refugees. >> in addition to all of the beds, they had to bring in mats to handle the people that will need a place out of the coal. -- out of the cold. about 225 are expected at had shelter in san jose. >> i have people out there who are freezing and i worry about
, cooler than what i just -- colder than what i just showed you. 43, santa rosa. 41, napa. upper 30s at novato, fairfield, concord, and livermore so you know it's going to be cold in those locations overnight. and now a beautiful view of a clear sky over the bay bridge from our exploratorium camera. these are our forecast features. a freeze warning in effect, "spare the air" alert for tomorrow, that's the second consecutive day. we had one today as well. and chilly days ahead. chilly afternoons on monday and tuesday, before we start to get a break in the cold snap. here's the pacific satellite image. you can see the movement of weather systems today. cold front moved south of us. the cold air continues to spill behind the clouds, moving into southern california, and clear skies in the bay area. so at 7:00 this evening, you won't see much happen overnight in terms of sky conditions. it will remain clear but temperatures will drop and they won't rise much tomorrow. so it's going to be another chilly day. overnight tonight look for low temperatures dropping to 21 at napa. 23 at santa ro
are heading out, 27 in napa. and 28 in upper 30s in san francisco. 32 in san mateo. another freezing morning. we have a few more on the board. >> and cold may be the death for a homeless man. no cause has been given yet but they are taking the cold weather into account. an autopsy will be conducted tomorrow. exposure to the cold, if it caused his death, it would be the first person -- fifth person in the area to die due to the cold snap. >>> the storm dropped 3 feet of snow. we take this live picture. this is from tahoe city. you can see a brilliant start. a major resort opened for the season but they say they need more snow to swing into full operation. kirk wood reports it dumped about 2 to 3 feet of snow over a 24 hour period that ended yesterday morning. and snow fell with a foot and a half at squaw valley. all resorts ovenning limited operations now until they get some more snow. >>> a war veteran is spending his first day at home. his long awaited return is after being detained for 42 days in north korea. here he is yesterday. and the 85 year old arrived back in the bay area yesterday
and napa. upper 20s novato. by this time tomorrow we could see the numbers drop into the mid-30s. yesterday we had much milder temperatures in the 40s. milder, that's relative, right? so we are much, much cooler. it's going to take probably until the middle of the week or the end of the week before we get out of those freezing morning low temperatures. i'll show you that in a moment. as we get going through the afternoon, plenty of sunshine. another chilly day today. a few 50s, mainly in the 40s. and a warming trend by monday. you will notice a difference out there. we are looking at the air quality with very little mixing in the north bay. hazy out there. elsewhere a. >> better but no woodburning throughout the by today. our satellite and radar composite, much of the nation gripped in a huge cold spell and the west coast in particular with high pressure building in. that cool, northerly flow continues to pump that cool air from canada down into the bay area. so the morning lows, 20s and 30s this morning along the coast and around the bay. then by tomorrow look at that, even chillier. tuesd
. this is the loop over the past two hours. you can see light shower activity. the big issue parts of northern napa county. lake napa, that rain has opinion increasing. you get an idea with the moderate cells pushing into the mountains. we'll move the maps closer to san mateo. right around the fremont area picking up heavier downpours. out toward san francisco, a good portion of showers. and up in the north bay all that activity right around fairfield, santa rosa reporting heavy rain at last check. the most recent observations and right around nevato. we'll take a look at this. a winter weather advisory posted locally. we'll break down the timing of where the rainfall moves out and a freeze warning is being reissued. >> a cold snap has issued at least three deaths. all of the victims were homeless. the first died monday. two died on thursday one near rout 87 in san jose the other inside a garage in saratoga. none of the victims names is being released. the efforts being made now to make sure any other homeless people don't suffer the same fate. hundreds of people are being forced to deal with the c
hours. you can see light shower activity. the big issue parts of northern napa county. lake napa, that rain has opinion increasing. you get an idea with the moderate cells pushing into the mountains. we'll move the maps closer to san mateo. right around the fremont area picking up heavier downpours. out toward san francisco, a good portion of showers. and up in the north bay all that activity right around fairfield, santa rosa reporting heavy rain at last check. the most recent observations and right around nevato. we'll take a look at this. a winter weather advisory posted locally. we'll break down the timing of where the rainfall moves out and a freeze warning is being reissued. >> a cold snap has issued at least three deaths. all of the victims were homeless. the first died monday. two died on thursday one near rout 87 in san jose the other inside a garage in saratoga. none of the victims names is being released. the efforts being made now to make sure any other homeless people don't suffer the same fate. hundreds of people are being forced to deal with the cold without power.
cold numbers for napa, vallejo, petaluma35. right now we are in the clear. that cold air continues to move in from the north so we had that freeze warning in place until 9:00 tomorrow morning except san francisco. it's in place until tomorrow night and reissued monday night. so two more freeze warnings to talk about. monday night 10:00 until 2:00 a.m. until 9:00 a.m. tuesday. the coolest locations you can see dropping back down to right around 19 to 20 degrees. a very cold start first thing tomorrow morning. napa dropping into the 20s. right now 25 to 26 degrees. you can see for the overnight hours dropping to below freezing for at least 10 hours up until 7:00 or 8:00 tomorrow morning. temperatures will be trending upward but freezing temperatures for quite some time. still pretty cold numbers after that point and we'll also take a look at your weekend in view coming up in a little bit. >>> and you can follow mark and the rest of our ktvu weather team online for more on this cold snap. they're posting updates on twitter and facebook. >> a powerful storm has drivers dealing with sn
, napa. 23, livermore. 24, morgan hill. some of the colder locations right around the bay will see lows mainly in the upper 20s. at freezing or below in some coastal locations. then tomorrow, under mainly sunny skies in the afternoon. we'll see high temperatures in the south bay right around 50 degrees. 50 in san jose. 49, santa clara. on the peninsula most highs around 50 also from san mateo to pail l palo alto, mountain view. in and around san francisco, highs in the upper 40s. close to the coast, about 50. up in the north bay, the inland valleys will see highs in the low 50s. 52 in santa rosa. 52 at napa. he's bay highs, 49 at union city and fremont. inland east bay chillier than that. high temperatures will reach only into the upper 40s. all of the inland east bay locations, 48 at livermore,le pleasantton. temperatures moderate a little on wednesday and thursday. by the end of the week high temperatures back in the upper 50s which will seem almost like a heat wave compared to what we have now. a slight chance of some light rain on friday. doesn't look like much of a rainmaker. the b
around napa. below average temperatures today. we will look for the freeze warning again tonight except for san francisco. so the current satellite picture shows this trough persistent jet stream well to the south of us, all the way down into baja, california. then the system off jr. will reinforce the cold air, bring dryer air, the clear sky and another frigid night tonight. here's a look at half dome. look at the snow. isn't this beautiful? a couple overnight lows in the next few days. 30s around the bay. inland low 30s. monday into tuesday, perhaps another freeze warning. then it looks like we are out of the woods by wednesday. but in terms of high temperatures today, southern california making it up to about 60. 48 in sacramento. 29 in tahoe. minus 13 this morning. afternoon highs 50 oakland, 48 fairfield as well as morgue again hill and headed to candlestick. northeast wind. not as windy as it could be there. the spare the air today. the freeze warning tonight. likely monday night. then we are sunny, milder midweek and near 60 with very little chance of rain on friday and saturday
temperatures even at this hour below freezing. like santa rosa, napa, below freezing. close to the freezing point for pleasanton. most spots with the exception of san francisco and a few locations along the coast will get below freezing. a freeze warning in effect for the entire bay area, with the exception of san v]g+)5francisc the coldest temperatures in the valley getting into the upper teens. it looks like we have more cold weather for the next couple of nights. >> the cold snap is a concern for those living unprotected from the elements. at least five homeless people have died over the last two weeks. what some of the biggest cities are trying to do to keep those living on the street succumbing to the same fate. >> reporter: it happened behind this store front in dublin. police say a citizen found the man o4;ídphdead here around 12: friday afternoon. while the alameda county coroner hasn't determined a cause of death, they are investigating the possibility that it was due to exposure. the low temperature the day of the death was 23 degrees. those visiting this part of town sunday foun
concord, 24 fairfield and napa. 39 degrees at concord now, oakland 41 and san francisco 45 degrees and santa rosa 43 and we will look for things to plummet tonight. wind speeds are up now. they'll ebb after the sun goes down, but now they're northeasterly to 9 at pleasanton and san rafael 3 miles an hour, not too bad. the lighter winds mean colder temperatures. by 8:00 we'll be down into the lower 40s in much of the bay area. do bundle up. temperatures will be in the low 40s. we'll look for a beautiful sunrise tomorrow and temperatures recovering up into the low 50s for forecast highs, inland to the upper 40s, sunny and chilly. on the time lapse the goes west salt light one arm of the polar jet -- satellite one arm of the polar jet is all the way down here and as a result, there's nothing to exceed the cold air coming in from canada. so we've got that cold air settling in over the state, but high pressure will build in after the low gets out of the way. we'll have frigid nights but warmer days and the last night of freeze warnings will probably be tomorrow night. near record lows t
will be as low as 23 degrees at santa rosa tonight, 24 at napa, san jose down to 30 degrees and redwood city 28. we'll have the entire forecast which does look frigid for tomorrow but a warming trend in sight in a few minutes. using wind machines -- as ls dipped into the 20's. but they will still keep up the >>> citrus farmers have managed to prevent crop damage by lighting fires and using wind machines as lows dipped to the 20s, but they'll keep up their fight against more frigid temps expected this week. >>> a massive tribute today to paul walker near where the actor lost his life in a fiery crash. the memorial was organized online and drew people from all over. walker was an inspiration to many. >> reporter: fast cars pulled back and drove slowly past the memorial set up in honor of fast and furious star paul walker and his buddy roger rodas killed here eight days ago in a fiery crash. fans from as far away as arizona and colorado were among the thousands here today. manuel tonega came from san diego to honor walker. >> he inspired me to fix up my car, do a lot to it, style, looks, rims, ev
is a of your in napa but what the water froze and. and you're all so said an aide pitcher of their critter and tried to keep warm in a blanket we want to see what it looks like in your community. send us your photos to breaking news a@kron4.com >> it has been a really tough time. westbound 80 coming from highway 4 is still have been delays. we also have slow traffic on westbound 580 into oakland. northbound 880 has also had a problem. there was a major accident that was blocking lanes. southbound 101, we are still waiting for this to unwind. it continues to be slow but after that--the bay bridge toll plaza is still backed up and the middle and lights remain on for now. >> a quick look at the san mattel bridge, >> new developments out of a ukraine , a spokesperson for the opposition sestet its headquarters in kiev have been storm by government forces. this is video of protesters at tearing down a statue. we're also hearing that thousands of riot police in full gear have moved into the center pripet there is an estimated 100,000 opposition activists that have been occupied city administratio
. and coalest locations in the 20s. 28 in napa. and mid-20s outside your door. and 21 in san rafael. and in livermore. upper 20s in antioch and around the bay, 30s. 30s reported at the oakland airport. 38 in san francisco. sun the place sitting at 41 has to do with the breeze that is blowing at sfo, if you are headed out there, it is slightly warmer. consider the windchill factor with the air and one day as well. >> # three as well in foster city. and you are checking in at 37. >> three # at saratoga. and just a very chilly morning. step be -- stepping out to the farmer's market. cool, we will be below average once again and keep in mind. it is a spare to the air day and clear and cold in the national weather service. it is anticipating another freeze warning for the area tonight. into tomorrow. >> if you are going out to see the niners play. it is 40 across the board. we get into the noon hour. >> that is about it. and take a look at the afternoon highs. >> widespread 40s. in the forecast. >> 47 for santa rosa. as we get into the extended forecast here. >> second half of the weeken
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